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Ski Apache Terrain Park Competition Finals next weekend

Adventurous skiers and snowboarders at Ski Apache are invited to participate in the Terrain Park Competition Finals Saturday, January 24.

UPDATE: Man suspected of running from NMSP during traffic stop located, detained

UPDATE: The man suspected of running from a New Mexico State Police traffic stop Thursday morning has been located and detained.

Calipari: If UTEP wants to play Kentucky, come to Rupp

Kentucky men's basketball denied claims that the Wildcats backed out of a 2016 game with UTEP after statements head coach Tim Floyd told NewsChannel 9.

Sun city pride on the rise

"El Paso was always home," says Gabriel Acuña, Co-founder of "Osaple."

TxDPS reports several other crashes at site of deadly TDCJ prison bus crash

The Texas Department of Transportation released additional information regarding the road conditions and other crashes that occurred at the exact spot of Wednesday's Texas Department of Corrections bus crash.

NASCAR driver Kurt Busch testifies ex-girlfriend is an assassin

NASCAR driver Kurt Busch, who has been accused by his ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll of domestic assault, testified in a court hearing Tuesday that he believes Driscoll is a trained assassin and that she once showed up wearing a gown covered i

Shutting down the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas

They called themselves Slick, Thumper, Popeye and Stubby. Bam Bam, Dutch, Chopper. Colorful nicknames for some of the guys playing ball for the local weekend league? Not quite.

Bike ride, beer tasting event & a local production

FRIDAY Ride for Reading January 16 7:30 a.m. Crazy Cat Cyclery to Douglass Elementary Free

How to drive safely in the fog

Fog isn't very common in our area, in fact winter weather around our region is pretty dry and could mean drivers aren't too used to driving in hazardous weather. Fog can be hazardous if temperatures are below freezing.

New Walmart opens in Far East El Paso

Nearly 100 new jobs have been created in Far East El Paso thanks to a new Walmart Neighborhood Market that opened Wednesday morning.

Dream Act Supporters Rally Against Repeal Efforts

With a new Texas legislative session underway and incoming state leaders indicating a desire to repeal the Texas Dream Act, supporters of the law are gearing up for a renewed fight to keep it in place.

EPPD officer involved in Northeast El Paso shooting will go before grand jury

From Ferguson, Missouri to as close as Albuquerque, and even in El Paso, officer-involved shootings have been making headlines.

City working to save damaged San Jacinto Christmas tree

City of El Paso officials tell NewsChannel 9 a city arborist and a team of "tree experts" are working to save a beloved 54-foot Afghan pine tree that serves as the city's official Christmas tree Downtown.

Las Cruces Police unharmed after struggle with armed suspect

A Las Cruces Police officer was able to walk away unharmed on Tuesday after he got into a struggle with a suspected drug dealer armed with a handgun.

Wildcats cancel 2016 basketball game with UTEP

Confirmed by UTEP head coach Tim Floyd to Newschannel 9, Kentucky has backed out of a 2016 game with the UTEP Miners, proposed to be played at Cole Field House at the University of Maryland.